Many Indian women coming to the Gulf on visit visa to spend the summer vacation with their husbands working in the region are facing a peculiar problem. On their return home, they are being compelled by customs officials at Indian airports to pay import duty on gold ornaments that they wearing when they left India in the first place.
Expatriate residents and tourists visiting the UAE are urged to be more vigilant about medicines they carry from their home countries. Hamid Mohammed Al Rashid, Corporal Officer and Head of Drug Combat, Dubai Police, said some medicines may contain substances that are banned in the UAE, which may lead to the arrest of those carrying them.
Fuel station employees in the UAE are worried about the increasing cases of impotency seen among their colleagues. So much so majority of them have resorted to self-treatment. Continued exposure to petroleum-based chemicals and aerosol gasoline can cause hormone imbalance, evectional dysfunction, impotency and lower sperm count, according to doctors. Petrol is a complex mixture of more than 500 hydrocarbons and addictive chemicals such as benzene, paraffins, aromatics and olefins.
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Selecting a term
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